Physiotherapy / orthopaedic technology in the halls 4 and 5
In this segment you will find everything about movement and coordination: Physiotherapeutic equipment for balneotherapy, hydrotherapy, ergotherapy, compression therapy, orthopaedic shock wave therapy, physical therapy for physiotherapy, cold treatment and heat treatment. Consumer goods, such as bandages, aids and mobility aids, walking aids, wheelchairs, orthopaedic feet aids, shoes and insoles as well as massage equipment, rehabilitation equipment and devices, training equipment and lateral training devices.
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A research team from Toyohashi University of Technology, Associate Prof. Maki Sugimoto and Prof. Kouta Minamizawa from Keio University, and Prof. Masahiko Inami from The University of Tokyo has revealed that a re-association of the right thumb with the virtual left arm can be induced by visuo-motor synchronization in a virtual environment.
A team of researchers has developed an online platform of tried and true resources to help people living with spinal cord injury (SCI) lead a more active life. Professor Kathleen Martin Ginis is the director of the Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management based at UBC Okanagan.
One in three adults aged 60 and over suffering from a hip fracture dies within one year. Now, a Purdue University-affiliated startup is moving closer to the start of clinical trials for a novel injectable drug that is targeted to heal broken bones faster and strengthen weak bones.
Prosthetic hands restore only some of the function lost through amputation. But combining electrical signals from forearm muscles with other sources of information, such as eye tracking, promises better prostheses. A study funded by the SNSF gives specialists access to valuable new data.
The human brain's ability to recall a single movement is significantly affected by the characteristics of previous actions it was learned with, a new study has shown. Research led by the University of Plymouth explored how distinct prior actions affected a person's ability to perform certain simple movements, corresponding to, for example, reaching to catch a ball or drinking a cup of coffee.
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